029 Moving into the Quiver Zone

by reeger on June 15, 2014

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In this episode I discuss the metaphor of moving into the Quiver Zone
of your life.
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But before I go into that, I want to say a huge THANK YOU to all of you! Today, June 14th, is the one year anniversary of the launch of my podcast. I can’t believe one year has gone by and this is my 29th episode. One year ago I nervously hit “publish” to the first episode of the WLS Podcast. I had no idea what would happen… If I would be able to keep at it… If I would have listeners…
And here I am one year later, still keeping at it and still having listeners (more and more each month, in fact!) I sincerely thank you for sticking with me, for your emails, your tweets, your iTunes ratings. It all means so much to me!

In this episode I discuss:

  • My challenging week including busy, end of the year school schedules; burning the candle at both ends as I get an important project going at work; a tearful visit with my father and step-mother; and a hard conversation I had with a friend.
  • Conversations and emails I’ve had with my WLS patients and podcast followers talking about challenges they are facing as well has confirmed that I am not the only one feeling stress and strain and growing pains!
  • The challenges we face every day.
  • Sometimes it might seem easier to stop pushing on towards new horizons, and instead revert back to old patterns and familiar habits.
  • The realization I had this morning in Melissa Cooley’s yoga class: Moving into the Quiver Zone is a metaphor for all of life’s challenges.
  • Why moving into the Quiver Zone is so important, and what you will find on the other side (Hint: You!).

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Om Sweet Om Yoga

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In Peace and with Connection,

Reeger

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